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Friday 03rd September 2021
National Velvet (U) – FREE, Inside, Subtitled
Runtime: 2h 4m (124 minutes)
BBFC Rating: U – a family-friendly screening, bring your foals along.
Doors: 7.00pm, Film: 7.30pm
All of our film screenings are free. Shrewsbury House is using a ticketing system to manage numbers. Our other screenings are on a first-come, first-served basis.
TALK IS POSTPONED:
There will be a free pre-film talk from Dr Tom Wareham who is the author of Oxleas: History, Conservation and Collection in an Urban Woodland (2020), and Chair of the Friends of Oxleas Woodlands. He was formerly a curator at the Museum of London. In this talk Tom will talk about Enid Bagnold (the author of the book the film is based on) and her connection with Shooters Hill, and will give some context to the book National Velvet and Enid’s other writings.
See this listing on Shrewsbury House’s website.
Travel options for Shrewsbury House
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Buses stopping nearby: 89 (N89), 244, 486
Car parking can be reserved for blue badge holders (venue has a ramp and wheelchair-accessible loo on ground floor). [Contact Shrewsbury House]
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Other films screening on Friday 3rd September 2021
• A Bug’s Life – 4.30pm – Shrewsbury House
• Dunkirk – 8pm (talk at 7.30pm from Clive Harris) – St George’s Garrison Church